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Bike routes IN Trakai

Route around Trakai 1 ‘blue signs’ / Maršrutas “Aplink Skaistį” Route around Trakai 2 ‘red signs’ / Maršrutas “Aplink Akmeną” Route 3 “Old Trakai” / Senieji Trakai     http://velovilnius.lt/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/dviraciu_turizmas_EN_SeniejiTrakai.pdf http://velovilnius.lt/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/dviraciu_turizmas_EN_Varnikiai.pdf http://velovilnius.lt/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/dviraciu_turizmas_EN-uzutrakis.pdf      

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Trakai by bike

Trakai, Trakai, Trakai Trakai is surely one of the highlights in Lithuania: A Medieval castle on an island within lakes, an Old village with wooden houses an very special traditions and food. A very special place very close to Vilnlus! Trakai with the Medieval water castle is a former capital of Lithuania.   WE OFFER THREE ALTERNATIVES 1) Trakai Bike Tour Full Trakai bicycle tour. Please order in advance, tel. +370 600 455 72. 2) Transport service we drive you to and pick you on…

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Trakai by bike

Trakai, Trakai, Trakai Trakai is surely one of the highlights in Lithuania: A Medieval castle on an island within lakes, an Old village with wooden houses an very special traditions and food. A very special target not far from Vilnlus is the Medieval water castle and former capital of Trakai. Trakai is famous for many things: it’s water castle, the lakes, the manor house of Užutrakis. The small old town itself lies among the lakes as it would be on an island. But – to be honest…

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Routes from Vilnius to Trakai

  Map with different versions of how to cycle between Vilnius and Trakai Standard route / Maršrutas Vilnius-Trakai VILNIUS-TRAKAI by bicycle! Route description Start: Cathedral square in Vilnius. Follow the main road “Geminino prospektas” to it’s end. You will come to the Parliament (right hand side) with the monument for the barricades of 1991. Cross river Neris via the Old bridge and follow Mickevičiaus street to it’s end. Then turn right onto Birute street. You will see the pedestrian bridge over river Neris in front of…

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